What’s Whoopi Goldberg’s view of relationships?
“If someone says ‘You complete me,’ run!” says the star, who’s happily single.
It’s also the title of her new book from Hachette, which sports the subtitle: “Whoopi’s Big Book of Relationships.”
The plain-spoken funny lady isn’t afraid to tell the world what she thinks (her 2010 book Is It Just Me? Or Is It Nuts Out There?, enumerated several hundred pages’ worth of pet peeves). Her new self-help book offers anything but typical “how to get and keep a man” advice.
“I think a lot of what is wrong in relationships, a lot of the reasons we have divorce in the world, is because people get into relationships for the wrong reasons,” Goldberg, 59, says in a backstage chat after her daytime talk-show The View has wrapped.
In If Someone Says ‘You Complete Me,’ Run!, she writes that she’s made mistakes (she’s been married and divorced three times and had relationships with Frank Langella and Ted Danson) and wants to share what she’s learned.
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